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For a budget hotel, some things were average were others were below average, so here it goes:
Bathroom: A cockroach made a surprise visit in the morning when I first went to use the bathroom in my room, so that was definitely a huge turn...More
We looked for something cheap with a good location, it is around 15 min walk from the train station and very close to one of the man streets in Milan. There is no A/C in the rooms and there is a lot of noice during...More
Lovely staff, breakfast included and the rooms were reasonably priced.
Wifi was available, good location.
As a stop over, I would stay here again.
We chose this hostel as a stop over from our original destination on to Parma.
Very quiet and calm area.
Very good hotel, breakfast included. Good localization - only 3min walking distance to the main street in Milan with famous shops. About 7min of walking to railway station (and bus station). Very quiet area, no problem with sleeping (no noises outside) which is a big...More
The location was very good, close to a metro station and to restaurants. Although it's in an old building the hostel was very clean. The room was a bit cold at night but additional blankets where available in the room. The staff was very friendly...More
US$ 46 - US$ 81 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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